This ^ I haven't played in a year or two nor do I check the forums anymore but I would go hype for it. Just recently spoke to a few guys from mod that I still keep in touch with and they said they'd definitely come back and wished they would've known that this was going to happen. I know there was an email sent out that mentioned it, but it didn't catch my eye as the main header of the email was about SA 0.63. I feel like if another email was sent out saying something like "DAYZRP RETURNING TO MOD" was sent out that would catch a lot of old players eyes instead and further persuade them to come back. @Roland
Yeah the link you gave me is an audio file explaining all of the new changes to DX at a press conference and the other half of the download is a presentation about why DX11 is great Gone through every page of that thread already and none of the suggested issues are what I have. As you can see as well all of the people having trouble with the enfusion engine had trouble with it like 2 years ago which is definitely not the case with me Yes, actually I'm assuming you're talking about a windows update?
So after taking a relatively long break from playing DayZRP, I decided I was going to try and come back and play a little bit to pass sometime. I re-downloaded DayZ, however, upon attempting to start it up, I get this error: I googled around to see if anyone was getting the same issue, however it's mostly threads from 2016 when the engine changed and certain drivers no longer worked with the game. I'm still on the same driver as I was playing on like a year ago, so it's not like that my GPU isn't able to handle the game. I was running the infusion engine perfectly fine before and surely that can't be the issue. I checked up on my DirectX, which is DirectX compatible I think? I'm not too familiar with that sort of stuff so I don't exactly know if that means there is an issue with running DirectX 11 but I haven't been able to find any answers yet. So far, I've tried doing the following which didn't work: Updating my GPU Reinstalling my GPU Restarting my PC Verifying the integrity of game cache Reinstalling DayZ Downloading windows updates Verifying my DirectX Any help is appreciated, thank you
Kolya was born into an ethnic Russian family in Krasnostav during a time of political chaos and despair. The mighty Union of Soviet Socialists Republics was in decline and the cold war was coming to an end. Kolya's father was a police officer and a devout member of the Communist Party, shooting himself in a drunken fit when Kolya was just a child after he was so filled with grief from the Soviet collapse. With only his mother left to raise him, Kolya and his two sisters grew up in poverty from the lack of income and mama had to work day in and day out in the factory in Novodmitrovsk. The lack of a father in the household and his mother's busy working schedule left a lasting mark on the young boy. Being sprout up in a chaotic environment, Kolya dreamed of being a police officer as an omen to his father that he never knew. However, upon Koyla becoming a ban, South Zagoria had become engulfed in civil war and Koyla enlisted as an infantryman in the forces for the Chedaki. Koyla's mother and his sisters evacuated themselves out of the war zone to seek refuge with family in Russia while Koyla remained in Chernarus to fight for what he believed in. This however, didn't last long. Koyla was wounded only about a month into the conflict, making his way across the border into Russia to be treated where he remained until the end of the war. While many former members of the communist revolt were seen as traitors by the rest of the country after the war, there wasn't any real record of Kolya even being involved with them. Upon returning home Kolya passed off the story that he had simply went with his family north of the border and then came back as soon as the war was over, allowing him to eventually pursue his dreams of being a law enforcement officer in Chernogorsk. While the war was over and Kolya was leading a new and semi-successful life with the force, his pro-Russian and communist sympathies still lurked deep down inside him. The young officer didn't allow these typically to manifest in public. In private, Kolya still dreamed of a full restoration of the USSR and Russian glory in the east. He was clearly biased in many situations, targeting ethnic Chernarussians and nationalists in the line of duty while turning a blind eye to ethnic Russians and supporters of the socialist cause. After the infection, Kolya managed to make it out of the city and into the wilderness, swiping much of his police gear after he realized there was no hope left in saving his burning homeland. Chernarus would have to be rebuilt from it's ashes rather than to be rescued from the fire.